The ceasefire is over and the war will resume in Libya: Aguila Saleh Issa
The speaker of the pro-Haftar House of Representatives in the eastern city of Tobruk, Aguila Saleh Issa said late Tuesday that the ceasefire was over and the war would resume in Libya.
He claimed that Haftar’s delegation responded positively to the ceasefire because of their respect for Russian President Vladimir Putin
"Turkey's intervention delayed us in taking back Tripoli," he added.
The warring sides in the Libyan conflict announced a ceasefire On Jan. 12.
After negotiations, which were held in order to agree on an unconditional and open-ended ceasefire in Libya, the head of the United Nations-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA), Fayez al-Sarraj, signed the draft ceasefire agreement, however his rival, Commander of eastern-based forces, Khalifa Hafter, asked for more time to make a decision.
However, Haftar’s delegation left Moscow without signing the deal. Haftar had some objections, including the lack of a timeline for Serraj to disband the Tripoli militia and distance himself from Turkish state. (ILKHA)